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November 30, 2014
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MS in Hand Nov 1st, 2014: 81. Received 61; Published 9; Rejected 50. In Hand End of Nov 83;
Manuscripts in Hand Jan 1st, 2014: 80; Received 480; Published 104; Rejected 373.

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Arkivoc 2014 Part (vi): General Papers
Ceric ammonium nitrate oxidation of N-(p-methoxybenzyl)lactams: competing formation of N-(hydroxymethyl)δ-lactams (14-8840SP) [pp. 108-126]
Andrew G. H. Wee and Krishna Annadi
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Domino reaction sequences leading to the formation of 2:2 adducts between acenaphthenequinone and acetophenone (14-8834UP) [pp. 127-138]
Jomon P. Jacob, Christy Kunjachan, L. U. Sajitha, Roshini K. Thumpakara, K. Rakesh, V. Nidhisha, Perupparampil A. Unnikrishnan and Sreedharan Prathapan
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Arkivoc 2015 Part (i): Special Issue 'Reviews and Accounts'
Calixarenes containing modified meso bridges (15-8753LR) [pp. 29-47]
Malgorzata Deska, Barbara Dondela and Wanda Sliwa
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Arkivoc 2015 Part (ii): A Commemorative Issue in Honor of Prof. Jürgen Martens
A tribute to Prof. Jürgen Martens (JM-1467ZT) [pp. 1-9]
Harald Gröger
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Synthesis of substituted cycloalkene-1,1-dicarboxylates via olefin metathesis in water (JM-8812ZP) [pp. 10-19]
Katharina Tenbrink, Isabell Kemker, Jürgen Schatz and Harald Gröger
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Transfer hydrogenation of ketones in the presence of half sandwich ruthenium (II) complexes bearing imidazoline and benzimidazole ligand (JM-8759ZP) [pp. 20-33]
Neslihan Şahin, Serpil Demir and İsmail Özdemir
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On the mechanism of the domino reaction of 2-methyl-2-benzyloxycarbonyl-1-indanone mediated by palladium, hydrogen and aminoalcohols (JM-8805ZP) [pp. 34-39]
Caroline Muller, Françoise Hénin and Jacques Muzart
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Synthesis of functionalized thiophene/phenyl co-oligomers by direct arylation of thiophenes (JM-8833ZP) [pp. 40-51]
Andreas Osadnik and Arne Lützen
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Enantioselective construction of C2-symmetric spiro skeleton through intramolecular copper-catalyzed N-arylation (JM-8802ZP) [pp. 52-63]
Kazuhiro Takenaka, Makoto Sako, Shuhei Takatani and Hiroaki Sasai
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Arkivoc 2015 Part (iii): A Commemorative Issue in Honor of Prof. Michael Orfanopoulos
The kinetic product of the octabromination of p-tert-butylcalix[8]arene octamethyl ether (MO-8781SP) [pp. 7-17]
David Poms, Avia Leader and Silvio E. Biali
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Individual Issues of Arkivoc
No issues were completed during November 2014.
No issues were closed during November 2014.
No new issues were initiated during November 2014.
The 16th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Conference

Eleven plenary lectures, one short course, 52 invited lectures, 50 posters, and a small exposition are planned. A feature of FloHet-2015 will be a series of plenary, invited lectures and a short course on fluorination and flow technology with new examples from the fine chemicals industry. For further information, to submit poster abstracts, and to register: http://www.arkat-usa.org/conferences-flohet-others/

Plenary lectures
Albert Padwa, Emory University, US Katritzky Memorial Lecture
A 50 Year Infatuation/Obsession with 1,3-Dipoles
Huw Davies, Emory University, US
N-Sulfonyltriazoles as Useful Precursors to Donor/Acceptor Carbenes
Veronique Gouverneur, Oxford University, UK
Fluorine Chemistry: from Basic to Clinic
Timothy Jamison, MIT, US
Continuous Flow Multistep Synthesis
Peter Maienfisch, Syngenta, Switzerland
Christel Menet, Galapagos, Belgium
Triazolopyridines as Selective JAK1 Inhibitors: from Hit Identification to GLPG0634
Tobias Ritter, Harvard University, US
Late-Stage Fluorination for PET Imaging
Paul Scola, BMS, US
Discovery of Asunaprevir (BMS-650032): An Approved NS3 Protease Inhibitor for the Treatment of HCV
Jay Siegel, Tianjin University, PRC
Aromatic Heterocyclic Compounds and Their Metal Complexes
Oliver Thiel, Amgen, US
Chemical Adventures with Small and Large Molecules
Yoshinori Yamamoto, Tohoku University, Japan
p-Conjugated Polycycles and Heterocycles through C-H and X-H Activation across Alkynes

Short Course
Graham Sandford, U. of Durham, UK
Selective Direct Fluorination Strategies: Batch and Flow

The use of organofluorine chemistry, fluorine gas in synthesis (including early failures), techniques for laboratory and manufacturing synthesis (batch and flow) and the current state of the art will be covered.

Invited Lecturers
David Ager - You want a Hydroxy Group Where?
Natarjan ArumugamStraightforward Synthesis of Novel Pyrrolo[3,4-b]quinolones via Intramolecular Povarov Reaction
Steven Ballet - Azepinone-constrained amino acids in peptide and peptidomimetic design
Manfred Braun - Selective potassium channel openers with benzothiadiazine-, benzothiazole-, and isothiochromanone-skeletons
Adrian DobbsHeterocycles and Rare, Neglected Diseases
Laurent El Kaim - Isocyanide based Muticomponent Approaches towards Heterocycles
Craig FrancisSynthesis and Reactivity of the New Pyrazolo[1,5 b]thiatriazine Ring System
Pedro Gois - B-N Dative Bond: A Useful Tool to Modify Proteins and to Assemble Tumor Targeting Conjugates
Phil HarrisDiscovery of the Anti-Cancer Drug Votrient
Marijan KocevarThe Potential of 2H-Pyran-2-one Derivatives in Organic Synthesis
Sven Mangelinckx - The Use of Functionalized N-Sulfinyl Imines for the Asymmetric Synthesis of Heterocyclic β-Amino Acid Derivatives
Vakhid A. MamedovRing Transformation Reactions of Quinoxalinones with “Outside” Group Participation
Thomas J.J. Muller - Dithienothiazines as Novel Heterocyclic Donors – Phenothiazine Congeners Enriched in Electron Density
Turan Ozturk - Thienothiophene (TT) and Dithienothiophene (DTT) Heterocycles
Xavier Pannecoucke - Fluoroolefins : from Peptidomimetics to Heterocycles
Norton Peet - Synthesis of Oxazolidinone Antibiotics
Zhonghua Pei - Structure-based Design and Biological Profiling of Potent and Selective Tetrahydroindazole ITK Inhibitors
Victor Pike - Diaryliodonium Salts as Useful Precursors to Radiofluorinated Arenes and PET Radiotracers
Floris RutjesOrganocatalytic Approaches to Biologically Relevant Heterocycles
Jack Ryan - Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions of a Non-stabilised Azomethine Ylide with Phthalic Anhydrides and Other Unusual Dipolarophiles
Benjamin Sherry - Development of an Efficient Synthetic Route for HIV NNRTI Doravirine
Kourosch Abbaspour Tehrani - Lewis Acid Mediated Alkynylations of Chlorinated N-Alkyl Imines and their Application for the Synthesis of Azaheterocycles
Johan Van der Eycken - A Modular Approach to Chiral Imidates: a New Class of Nitrogen-based Chiral Ligands as Tools for Medicinal Chemistry
Stephane Vincent - Synthesis of Fluorinated exo-Glycals and Furans Designed to Inhibit Bacterial Enzymes
Mary Watson - Enantioselective, Copper-Catalyzed Alkynylation of Oxocarbenium and Iminium Ions
Craig M. Williams - Natural Products from the Australian Rainforest
Chris WillisChallenges in Natural Product Synthesis
Larry Yet - Tailoring Heterocyclic Chemistry Research for Undergraduate Students

Acceptances also have been received from: S. Arseniyadis (France); U. Beifuss (Germany); U. Bernier (US); C. Chung (US); J. Del Valle (US); L. Dias (Brazil); T. Driver (US); M. Gonzalez (US); U. Groselj (Slovenia); M. Huestis (US); Z. Janeba (Czech. Rep.); K. Laali, (US), M. Lakshman (US); J. Manchester (US); E. Minatti (US); J. C. Monbaliu (Belgium); T. Opatz (Germany); G. Poda (Canada); R. Rieke (US); K. Toshiyuki (Japan); E. Van der Eycken (Belgium); G. Williams (USA).

CODESSA III

In collaboration with the Katritzky group at the University of Florida, CODESSA III is a state-of-the art QSAR/QSPR program that works directly with Semichem’s AMPAC to generate predictive models from quantum chemical, electrostatic and topological descriptors. If you are a past user of CODESSA, this completely rewritten product will blow you away! Every aspect of this product has been modernized and improved. Please visit www.semichem.com/codessa for details.

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